Summary: Mega Man Star Force introduces a new lead character, a boy named Subaru Hoshikawa, whose astronaut father has disappeared after a mysterious incident at the satellite station. Fond memories of spending time with his father have inspired Subaru's interests in the stars and what lies beyond. One day, Subaru heads to the observation deck and puts on a pair of "visualizer" glasses that had belonged to his father. These allow the wearer to see all the electric connections that exist between spaces. When he puts on these special goggles, a specific wave is triggered, summoning the presence of a mysterious alien life form named Warlock who had escaped from the planet FM. Dangerous creatures from that planet have come to attack Earth, so they must join together in order to defeat these menacing forces. Combining with Warlock enables Subaru to transform into Mega Man and enter the Wave Road. Features 2wo coexisting worlds – players can navigate the real world as Subaru and transform into Mega Man to travel across Wave Road. Three stellar versions call upon the power of the elements to offer distinct advantages: Pegasus – based on the water element, Ice Pegasus can instantly freeze an opponent with its special Ice Slash; Leo – turning up the heat, Fire Leo uses a special Flame Burner attack that can incinerate enemies in its path; Dragon – the ferocious Green Dragon draws upon the power of wood with a Wood Shot move that fires a cluster of razor sharp leaves to slash enemies to bits.
|Genre(s):||Role-Playing, Action RPG, Action RPG|
|Number of Players:||1-6 Players|
|ESRB Descriptors:||Mild Cartoon Violence|
|Number of Online Players:||6 Players Online|
|Keiji Inafune||Executive Producer|
|M. Yasuma||Game Design|
|K. Inafune||Executive Producer|
|S. Kodama||Game Design|
|G. Terada||Game Design|
|Y. Utsugi||Game Design|
|Y. Ishihara||Character Design|
|T. Nakashima||Character Design|
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Awards & Rankings
#89 Most Discussed DS Game of 2007
#65 Most Shared DS Game of 2007